In­signia Sports Tourer raises the de­sign bar

Bray People - - Motoring Extra -

OPEL says its new In­signia Sports Tourer raises the bar for pre­mium de­sign in the mid-size es­tate sec­tor, com­bin­ing the el­e­gance of its hatch and sa­loon sib­lings with an even higher de­gree of prac­ti­cal­ity and ver­sa­til­ity.

Two new en­gines for the en­tire In­signia range made their ap­pear­ance at the Paris Mo­tor Show: The in­no­va­tive 2.0-liter BiTurbo diesel with Clean-Tech com­bus­tion sys­tem has 190PS, and the down-sized 1.6-liter petrol turbo en­gine pro­duces 180PS. The In­signia Sports Tourer of­fers the same state-of-the-art tech­nol­ogy as the In­signia, in­clud­ing the Opel Eye, Opel’s Front Cam­era Sys­tem, AFL+ head­lamps, Adap­tive 4x4 all-wheel- drive and the FlexRide chas­sis. This is com­ple­mented by es­tate-spe­cific equip­ment such as a power tail­gate, a self-lev­el­ling sys­tem and the FlexOr­ga­nizer cargo man­age­ment sys­tem. With a CD of just be­low 0.30, the In­signia Sports Tourer is the most aero­dy­namic es­tate Opel has ever built.

The Sports Tourer tar­gets a younger au­di­ence than the sa­loon. It is the ideal choice for fam­i­lies and sporty, ac­tive peo­ple who de­sire an es­tate for their leisure ac­tiv­i­ties and sports equip­ment, but who don’t want to give up the el­e­gant style, su­perb driv­ing char­ac­ter­is­tics and low fuel con­sump­tion of a mid-size car.

The ex­cit­ing new Opel In­signia Sports Tourer.

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